Dementia Caregiving At Home

Family members of an elderly loved one living with dementia may find the going can get stressful as disease symptoms worsen. The support of a trained Amada caregiver can offer respite and extend home care for dementia patients. 

When a senior loved one has been diagnosed with dementia in any of its forms such as Alzheimer’s disease, Frontotemporal dementia, Lewy Body dementia (LBD), or another type of memory disorder, families understandably can feel overwhelmed trying to navigate care options along with the cost of dementia care. 

When your family needs help for an elderly parent or grandparent with dementia, call on Amada Chicago for guidance and resourcesWe offer experience and expertise on long-term care for dementia sufferers as well as dementia caregiving support. The Amada Chicago memory care team is standing by to help you decide on the best dementia care options for senior loved ones. 

Dementia Programs for Senior Loved Ones 

Our dementia care solutions start with the individual needs of our senior clients and their family members. We understand that circumstances can and will change daily as part of dementia elderly care. At Amada Senior Care City of Chicago, wcustomize our home-based services because the well-being of our senior clients is always our top priority. 

Our help with caring for someone with dementia starts with trained Amada caregivers assisting with personal care and activities of daily living (ADLs) like toileting, dressing, grooming, and more. Being that dementia chips away at an aging sufferer’s ability to manage everyday life, we also ensure creating a stimulating yet safe environment our senior clients diagnosed with dementia feel comfortable with and enjoy. 

Caregivers Trained to Give Dementia Support at Home 

Amada City of Chicago caregivers have the education necessary to provide the best dementia care and to offer the proper dementia family support. We work in close partnership with family members and dementia health care teams. With their specialized training, Amada caregivers and staff members can provide critical support for senior clients with dementiahelp observe them, and notify family members if there is a change in their health or behavior that may require special medical care. 

An Amada caregiver also has the training to provide respite care for family caregivers who need a physical and mental break from the specific challenges their cherished elder with dementia is experiencing. Should the time come when end-of-life Alzheimer’s or dementia support is needed, an Amada caregiver’s knowledge extends to palliative care and hospice care for dementia sufferers.